The triskele or triskelion is an ancient European symbol dating back at least six thousand years into the past. It is most commonly associated with celtic peoples, but its use has been attested in the ancient mediterranean world as far back as the late Neolithic period. It is striking for its triple symmetry, evoking the magic of the number 3, which is generally considered to be a number of significance in European cultures.
Today, the triskele is commonly used by adherents of modern paganism, and those of celtic descent as a symbol of their heritage.
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